After My Master’s Degree?
What Should I Do
Finishing a master’s degree is a big deal. Countless hours spent tackling reading lists, group projects, and thesis research have finally come to fruition.
To help ensure master’s students have a plan for life after grad school, many universities and even some departments offer career resources and services.
Utilize University Career Resources and Networking
Finding a position that balances passion and professional development can be a good place to start.
Entering the Workforce
A doctorate degree (PhD) could be a way to develop specialized knowledge and stand out from the pack.
Some graduates utilize their master’s credentials to teach college courses as a full-time or adjunct lecturer.
Teach College Courses
Volunteers working on programs related to agriculture, environment, health, community and economic development.
Creating a budget can help keep you on track to save for things like retirement.
Budgeting for Life After Grad School
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